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Energy - 09.27.2011

SandRidge to sell East Texas assets

SandRidge Energy Chairman and CEO Tom Ward announced Sept. 27 the company plans to sell certain East Texas natural gas properties to NFR Energy LLC for $231 million. It is a step toward SandRidge’s move from being an oil and natural gas company to focusing solely on oil. Read more
 
Health Care - 09.28.2011

Flu fighters

Employers say providing free flu shots to employees is worth the cost

At First Bethany Bank, a single case of the flu can quickly get serious. With only 35 employees, First Bethany is a small bank. If several people get sick at once from the flu, conducting day-to-day business can pose quite a challenge, which is why it offers free flu shots to its employees. Read more
 
Day in the Life - 12.21.2011

Day in the Life: Paula Love

Paula Love
PLPR LLC
President, Owner

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Energy - 01.19.2012

Chesapeake is top Oklahoma company on annual Fortune list

For the fifth year, Chesapeake and Devon make the Best Companies to Work For list; American Fidelity makes ninth appearance

Four Oklahoma companies – three based in Oklahoma City – made it on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list, a yearly compilation that seeks out employers around the country that go above and beyond for their employees. Read more
 
Economy - 02.10.2012

Forecasters see big things for city, downtown in 2012

Clandestine corporate headquarter plans, water, web startups and onion burgers were the topics of discussion at the yearly Commercial Real Estate Council’s Forecast. The event brought together commercial real estate experts to discuss the state of the local market, hear from experts, and get a look at what is expected for the coming year. Read more
 
Energy - 02.15.2012

Devon reports 2011 earnings at $4.7 billion

Devon Energy Corp. reported for 2011 its net earnings bested 2010 by $100 million to end the year at $4.7 billion. Read more
 
Energy - 02.23.2012

Dining at Devon

The oil and gas company is serving up a pot full of options

Devon Energy Corp. plans to open a full-service restaurant and banquet space in the top two floors of its 50-story office tower, in addition to a food court in its adjoining garden wing. Read more
 
Energy - 03.28.2012

Dining at Devon

The oil and gas company serves up a towerful of options

Ready for some Downtown dining unlike anything the city has seen before? Devon Energy Corp. plans to open a full-service restaurant and banquet space in the top two floors of its new 50-story office tower, in addition to an expansive food court in its adjoining garden wing.

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Nonprofits - 04.26.2012

Art and Soul

Allied Arts sees increased giving through changes in fundrising efforts

As the supporting agency for 20 arts organizations in the metro area, the business of fundraising is always on Allied Arts president and CEO Deborah McAuliffe Senner’s mind. Read more
 
Construction - 05.30.2012

Downtown dining

With so much construction Downtown, restaurateurs re-think their strategies

Getting to Downtown restaurants these days often requires a hop, skip and a jump ... and nothing more, if you’re lucky. With ongoing construction from Project 180, construction of the Devon World Headquarters and work on SandRidge Energy’s campus, hungry Downtown denizens have had to work for their food. Read more
 
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